GRID3 Webinars: Ready for the shift

April 17, 2020

The rapid spread of COVID-19 across borders has caused companies and organisations worldwide to fundamentally rethink and restructure the way they work. Telecommuting replaced office life, and e-learning substituted in-person workshops on a global scale. While GRID3 operations have not been untouched by the pandemic, the partnership’s reliance on innovative learning solutions since its inception has allowed for a fast adaptation to the new circumstances.

GRID3 has recently launched a webinar series in which GRID3 experts break down technical details about our work in a user-friendly and easily understandable manner. The series will include webinars about settlements, boundaries, population modeling, census, and other areas of GRID3 expertise.

To kick off the series, GRID3 experts introduce settlement work, detailing how we create and categorise settlement layers with potential health applications. See the video below.

All GRID3 webinars will be available through our website and our Youtube channel. Don’t hesitate to send us feedback or questions!



Featured photo credit: FredR

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